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Renz kit set for UK debut at The Print Show

Print finishing specialist Renz has revealed it will use this year’s edition of The Print Show to demonstrate a number of its latest high-tech print finishing solutions to the UK market for the very first time.

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Renz is one of many companies that will exhibit at The Print Show for the third time this year

Renz recently confirmed it will exhibit at the event for the third consecutive year, having supported the show since its launch back in October 2015.

The company has opted to continue this relationship this year and Iain Bullock, managing director at Renz UK, has opened up about what visitors can expect from Renz this year.

“At The Print Show, Renz will show off the Punch 500 heavy duty punch, AP 300 Compact automated punch and MOBI 500 semi-automated Ring Wire binding machine for books and calendars,” Bullock reveals.

He continues: “We will also give a UK debut at the show and officially launch the new, super quick Bindomatic Accel Cube and Ultra thermal binding machines, alongside the Renz desktop DTP 340 A semi-automated punch and ECL 360 electric Ring Wire closing machine.

We will also give a UK debut at the show and officially launch the new, super quick Bindomatic Accel Cube and Ultra thermal binding machines, alongside the Renz desktop DTP 340 A semi-automated punch and ECL 360 electric Ring Wire closing machine

“Additionally, for the first time in the UK, Renz will be showcasing the Argos F 400 cold UV coating machine, with its innovative cold UV curing technology. This machine has been the go-to UV coating machine for many digital printers over the last couple of years, working beautifully behind their high end production digital presses—notably HP Indigo.”

Speaking more broadly about the company’s support of the show, Bullock says that his initial scepticism of the event soon disappeared after a successful first year, which has led to its ongoing backing.

“After initial scepticism about the need for a new show three years ago, Renz exhibited and not only had a good show, but were very impressed by the look and feel of the show, as well as the dedication of the staff organising the show,” he explains, adding: “On the strength of the first cycle I had no qualms about signing for the second cycle.

The simple reason why we are now exhibiting at The Print Show is just to be there in front of our audience with relevant pieces of equipment

“The thing that stands out is simply the fact that all the exhibitors that I know and had spoken with had good shows during the first two cycles, there was no negativity after the second cycle as the show truly proved itself to be a worthy event.

“The simple reason why we are now exhibiting at The Print Show is just to be there in front of our audience with relevant pieces of equipment. This is how Renz has grown and built up our reputation and contacts in the industry over the years. 

“I would hate to be sat back in the office knowing that there was an exhibition somewhere in the UK and that Renz wasn’t present, yet potential customers of ours were.
 
“The Print Show also falls at a good time in the calendar for Renz, just as the calendar season begins to start and printers and finishers alike are thinking about how they are going to fulfil their calendar work.”

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